Samsung RHF100EE Installation manual Download

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ENGLISH
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
DEUTSCH
PORTUGUÊS
ITALIANO
FRANÇAIS
ESPAÑOL
RHF025EE Series
RHF035EE Series
RHF050EE Series
RHF080EE Series
RHF100EE Series
ERV
(Energy Recovery Ventilator)
E S F I P D DB98-27512A(3)
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Contents
 PREPARATION
Safety Precautions .........................................................................................................
Space Requirements ....................................................................................................
Installation Diagram .....................................................................................................
External Dimension ......................................................................................................
3
5
7
8
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 INSTALLING THE UNIT
Installing the Unit ..........................................................................................................
Electric Wiring .................................................................................................................
Schematic Diagram ......................................................................................................
Option Switches .............................................................................................................
Connecting the Unit .....................................................................................................
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11
14
15
16
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 COPMPLETING THE INSTALLATION
Duct Connection ........................................................................................................... 26
Performance Graph ...................................................................................................... 27
Final Checks and Trial Operation ............................................................................ 29
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Safety Precautions
Keep this installation manual together with the user’s manual in a handy place so that you can find it whenever
you need to see it after reading this manual thoroughly.
 Make sure to read the following safety precautions carefully before installation.
 Make sure to observe the cautions specified in this manual.
 Conduct a test run of the unit after installation and then explain all system functions to the owner.
 The indications and meanings are as shown below.
WARNING
 This indicates the possibility of serious injury or death.
 Do not install the unit
by yourself. Incorrect
installation of the unit could
cause injury due to fire,
electric shock and water
leakage or from the unit
falling. Consult a dealer or
a qualified installer.
 Hang down a blockage for
bird in front of outdoor air
suction duct. If something
such as bird’s nest blocks
the air suction duct, it may
result in oxygen shortage in
indoors.
 Perform the installation
securely referring to the
installation manual.
Incomplete installation
could cause personal injury
due to fire, electric shock or
the unit falling.
 Do not attempt to repair,
move, modify or reinstall
the unit on your own. Make
sure that these installations
are carried out by qualified
personnel to avoid electric
shock or fire.
 Check if the voltage and
the frequency of the main
power supply are required
for the unit to be installed
and check the connection.
 The electric work must be
done by service agent or
similarly qualified person
according to national wiring
regulations and use only
rated cable. If the capacity
of the electric work is not
properly completed, electric
shock or fire may occur.
 Make sure the air intake is
located far from an exhaust
port of a burner. It may
cause oxygen shortage.
 Ground the unit. Do not
connect the ground to a gas
pipe, water pipe, lighting
rod or telephone grounding.
Defective grounding could
cause electric shock.
 Install the cables with
supplied cables firmly.
Fix them securely so that
external force is not to exert
to the terminal board.
If the connection or fixing is
incomplete, heat generation,
electric shock or fire may
occur.
 If the power plug is
damaged, replace it by the
manufacturer or qualified
personnel to avoid the risk.
 Disconnect the circuit
breaker when you don’t use
the product for a long period
of time to save energy.
 Do not install the electric
wire to get tension to avoid
a hazard.
 Unplug the product before
get repaired.
 Do not pull the electric wire
or touch the power plug
with wet hands.
 Installers are required to
read the general information
carefully for safety.
 Do not put the product near
dangerous substances to
prevent fire, explosion or
injury and do not expose the
product to direct
sunlight.
 Install separate MCCB and
ELB when installing the
power cable. If you do not
install the MCCB and ELB,
electric shock or fire may
occur.
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WARNING
 This indicates the possibility of serious injury or death.
 Avoid the use of an
extension cord and do not
share the power outlet
with other appliances.
Incomplete connection,
defective insulation or
exceeding the permissible
current may cause electric
shock or fire.
CAUTION
 Make sure to turn off the
main power when setting up
the product’s electric circuit
or power cords. There is
electric shock.
 The product should be
 Ensure that the national
safety code requirements
have been followed for the
main supply circuit. Ensure
that a properly sized and
connected ground wire is in
place.
installed in accordance with
the National Electrical
regulations.
 This indicates the possibility of serious injury or damage to environments when
operated incorrectly.
 Install the unit in a place
where it is strong enough to
hold the product weight.
When installed in place
where it is not strong
enough to withhold the
product weight, the unit
may fall and cause injury.
 Install the product inside
heat insulation over the
ceiling not to be contacted
with the outside air.
If the product is installed
out of the insulation, it may
result in electric shock or
malfunction due to moisture
generated in the product.
 Do not install the product
in a place where it is
exposed to inflammable gas
leakage.
 Do not install the product
in humid place such as
bathroom. It may cause
electric shock or malfunction.
 Make sure to use the part
 All of the manufacturing and
 Do not install the product
 Dispose of the packaging
provided or specified parts
for the installation work. The
use of defective parts could
cause injury, fire, electric
shock or the unit falling, etc.
in the place where exposed
to sulfurous acid or steam
because it may damage the
parts or cause malfunction.
 Do not install the product in
the place where generates
toxic gas such as chemical
factory. It may cause fire or
gas poisoning.
 Check the product for
damage that may have
taken place during
transportation and do not
install or use damaged
equipment.
packaging material used for
your new appliance are
compatible with the
environment and can be
recycled.
material in accordance with
the local requirements.
 Install a ground leakage
breaker depending on the
installation place (where it is
humid). If not, it may cause
electric shock.
 The product must be
installed according to the
national electrical
regulations.
 The maximum input
power and current is
measured according to the
IEC Standard and the input
power and current is
measured according to
ISO standard.
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Space Requirements
025
600mm
Exhaust Air
Body
Outdoor Air
Heat exchange element
Inspection hole
(for filter, heat exchange element,
fan, motor and damper)
Supply Air
Return Air
 The ventilator should be installed in a ceiling which has enough space
above as seen in the picture.
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Space Requirements (Continued)
035/050/080/100
'A'mm
Return Air
Body
'B'mm
Supply Air
Space for repairing
Inspection hole
(for filter, heat exchange element,
fan, motor and damper)
Exhaust Air
Outdoor Air
Heat exchange element
Model
'A'
'B'
035/050
1000
600
080/100
1135
800
Number of heat exchange elements
2
 The ventilator should be installed in a ceiling which has enough space
above as seen in the picture.
Model
'A'
035/050
320
080/100
440
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Installation Diagram
025
Exhaust Air duct
Supply Air duct
Anchor bolt
Supply Air
Hood
Air discharging hole
(Air exhaust grille)
Return Air
Air intake hole
(Air exhaust grille)
Exhaust Air
Insulation
Return Air duct
Outdoor Air suction duct
Hood
035/050/080/100
Supply Air duct
Exhaust Air duct
Anchor bolt
Supply Air
Hood
Air discharging hole
(Air exhaust grille)
Return Air
Air intake hole
(Air exhaust grille)
Outdoor Air
Insulation
Return Air duct
Outdoor Air suction duct
Hood
CAUTION
 Install the unit in a place where it is strong enough to hold the product
weight.
 Install the unit in a place where the space is enough to install or repair
the unit.
 Do not install the unit in humid place such as bathroom.
 Do not install the unit in a place over 40°C or where exposed to fire,
gasoline or smoke directly.
 Install the cables with supplied ones securely.
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External Dimension
025
Outdoor Air
Return Air
Exhaust Air
Supply Air
 Nominal diameter for duct : Ø150mm
No.
Name
Quantity

Maintenence cover
1

Heat exchange element
1

Dust filter
2

Hanger
4

Electrical component box
1
(Unit : mm)
Model
A
B
C
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
M
N
P
Q
R
025 600 660 70 510 675 729 102 470 85 98 242 Ø140 Ø156 133 350
 Ensure the space for installing and repairing.
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035/050/080/100
Exhaust Air
Return Air
Outdoor Air
Supply Air
(Unit : mm)
No.
Name
Quantity

Maintenence cover
1

Heat exchange element
2

Dust filter
4

Hanger
4

Electrical component box
1
Model
Nominal diameter for duct
035/050
Ø200
080/100
Ø250
(Unit : mm)
Model
A
B
C
E
F
G
H
035/050
1000 1012 99 940.6 1036.4 26 130
080/100
1135 1220 84 1110
1183
I
J
617
253
K
M
N
P
135 270 Ø194 Ø241.5
25 184 613.25 387.75 170 340 Ø244 Ø270
 Ensure the space for installing and repairing.
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Installing the Unit
Make sure to attach the unit firmly. If the unit is not attached firmly or attached
incorrectly, it may result in malfunction or injury.
1
Insert bolt anchors to a ceiling. Use existing ceiling support or construct
a suitable support.
2
Install the suspension bolts depending on the ceiling type.
3
Screw two nuts to the suspension bolts making space for hanging the unit.
4
Hang the unit horizontally to the suspension bolts between two nuts.
5
Fasten the nuts to suspend the unit.
 The washer should be fit for the hanger.
Nut
Washer
Rubber
Hanger
Rubber
Washer
Nut
Nut

Suspension bolt
(Ø10~Ø12)
Fasten the nut
CAUTION
Ensure that the ceiling is strong enough to support the weight of the unit.
Before hanging the unit, test the strength of each attached suspension bolt.
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Electric Wiring
Before electric wiring, make sure that the voltage is 1 wire 220V/50Hz.
Electrical Component Box
Surface
035/050/080/100
025
Maintenance cover
Hanger
Fixing part
of wires
Electrical component box
Maintenance cover
Hanger
Electrical component box
Fixing part
of wires
Inside
Wiring outlet
Transmitter
PBA
Grounding
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Electric Wiring (Continued)
Electric Wiring
Connect to ERV wired remote control
Fixing part of electrical wires
Connect to power supply wire
Compressed ring terminal
Cable
Screw
Electrical component box
Screw
1
Remove the 4 screws on the electrical component box and open the cover plate.
2
Connect the cables correctly as seen in the picture.
 Fix the cables with a cable tie.
3
Connect the cable to the terminal board with a compressed ring terminal.
 Fix the screws in the electrical component box with designated torque
referring to the table.
Size
Recommended size
Maintenence cover
Electrical component box
M5 Bolt
M6 Bolt
N·m
1.34~2.0
1.67~2.5
kgf·cm
13.4~20.0
16.7~25.0
Cable fixation
CAUTION
 Do not wash the heat exchange element. It may decrease the efficiency.
 Make sure to use rated cable for power supply and do not extend or cut
the cord.
 The unit should be installed in accordance with the National Electrical
regulations. Ensure that the national safety code requirements have been
followed for the main supply circuit.
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Main PCB
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
No.
Classification
Explanation
Specifications
1
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
2
CO2 sensor
CO2 sensor connection port
3PIN (CN43)
3
Temperature sensor
Indoor/outdoor temperature sensor connection port
4PIN (CN41)
4
Damper switch
Signal input port of damper switch
3PIN (CN51)
5
External control
On/Off control by external contact signal
2PIN (EXT1) / 2PIN (EXT2) /
2PIN (EXT3)
6
ERV wired remote control
V1, V2 (DC 12V power supply),
F3,F4 (ERV wired remote control communication)
4PIN (TB±COM)
7
Communication
F1, F2 (Communication between the ventilators or transmitter)
2PIN (TB±COM)
8
Monitor the operation status
Report operation errors
4PIN (CN77)
9
Damper motor
Damper control port for changing operation modes
2PIN (CN72)
10
External device
External humidifier/ External damper
4PIN (TB±LOAD)
11
Power supply
220V/50Hz(L/N)
2PIN (TB±LOAD)
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Schematic Diagram
025/035/050
080/100
Power and Communication cables specification
Power Cable
Communication Cable
2.0mm2(CV)
0.75mm2(VCTF)
 (----) indicates Installation specification in the field.
 The power and communication cables are not supplied with air conditioner.
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Option Switches
The default setting of all switches is ON.
If you want to set the function on, turn OFF the switch.
DIP Switch
SW05
SW06
Function
ON
OFF
K5
Spare
-
-
K6
Centralized control
Not use
Use
K7
Spare
-
-
K8
MASTER/SLAVE
SLAVE
MASTER
K9
CO2 sensor
Not use
Use
K10
Filter signal display
2000 Hr
1000 Hr
K11
External control
K12
SW07
SW05
K5 K6 K7 K8
SW06
SW07
K9 K10 K11 K12 K13 K14 K15 K16
Refer to the table below
K13
External humidifier
Not use
Use
K14
Spare
-
-
K15
External damper
Not use
Use
K16
Spare
-
-
 K5 (Spare)
 K6 (Centralized control)
ON: Not use of centralized controller
OFF: Use of centralized controller
 K7 (Spare)
 K8 (MASTER/SLAVE)
ON: Communicate COM1(F1, F2), operating as SLAVE
OFF: Communicate COM2(F1, F2), operating as MASTER
 K9 (CO2 sensor)
ON: Not use of external CO2 sensor
OFF: Use of external CO2 sensor
 K10 (Filter signal display)
ON: Display filter reset after 2000 of running hours
OFF: Display filter reset after 1000 of running hours
 K11, K12 (External control)
Setup control level of the ERV wired remote control and external control
 K13 (External humidifier)
ON: Not use of external humidifier
OFF: Use of external humidifier
 K14 (Spare)
 K15 (External damper)
ON: Not use of external damper
OFF: Use of external damper
 K16 (Spare)
 K11, K12 (External control)
K11 K12
External control setup
Same level control with the
ON ON ERV wired remote control and
external control (Followed by
the last control status.)
Priority to the ERV wired
remote control
(While operating by the ERV
remote control, it can
ON OFF wired
not be controlled by the
external control. The external
control is possible only when
the ventilator is turned off.)
Priority to the external control
(While operating by the
external control, it can not be
controlled by the ERV wired
OFF ON remote
control. The ERV wired
remote control can control
only when the ventilator is
turned off.)
OFF OFF Not use
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Connecting the Unit
Make sure to disconnect the power cable and power supply before connecting
the ventilator to other control solutions. If not, it may cause malfunction due to
electrical interference.
Transmitter
It does not need to connect the transmitter in case of individual control. Connect
the transmitter to the MASTER ventilator only, in case of centralized control.
Transmitter
1
Attach the transmitter to the case in the electrical component box.
2
Connect the V1, V2 terminal of the transmitter to the V1, V2 terminal of the
ventilator PCB. (DC 12V)
3
Connect the F1, F2 terminal of the transmitter to the F1, F2 terminal of the
ventilator PCB. (COM1 Communication)
Ventilator
ERV Wired Remote Control
ERV Wired Remote Control
Ventilator
1
Remove the maintenence cover of the ERV wired remote control.
2
Connect the V1, V2 terminal of the ERV wired remote control to the V1, V2
terminal of the ventilator PCB. (DC 12V)
3
Connect the F1, F2 terminal of the transmitter to the F1, F2 terminal of the
ventilator PCB. (COM2 Communication)
4
Reassemble the maintenence cover and the ERV wired remote control.
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ERV Wired Remote Control and Multiple Ventilators
ERV Wired Remot Control
COM2 (F3, F4)
DC 12V (V1, V2)
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
1
Remove the maintenence cover of the ERV wired remote control.
2
Connect the V1, V2 terminal of the ERV wired remote control to the V1, V2
terminal of the ventilator PCB. (DC 12V)
3
Connect the F3, F4 terminal of the transmitter to the F3, F4 terminal of the
each ventilator PCB. (COM2 Communication)
4
Reassemble the maintenence cover and the ERV wired remote control.
Ventilator
 The ERV wired remote control is MASTER of COM2 communication, so it can
communicate without separate ADDRESS setting. Up to 16 ventilators can be
connected to a ERV wired remote control at once.
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Connecting the Unit (Continued)
Centralized Controller
Installing the Centralized Controller
SW05
MAIN SW01
ADDRESS
RMC SW02
ADDRESS
 To use a centralized controller, set K6 of SW05 to OFF position.
-To centralized control, the ventilator should be set as MASTER among one
or more ventilators for communication.
K5 K6 K7 K8
Setup Master Ventilator
Centralized Controller Master Ventilator
MAIN:0
RMC:0
Ventilator
MAIN:1
RMC:1
Ventilator
MAIN:2
RMC:2
Transmitter
Indoor unit RMC ADDRESS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
Number on the centralized controller 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
SW05
MAIN SW01 RMC SW02
ADDRESS ADDRESS
K5 K6 K7 K8
1
Set K8 of SW05 to OFF position.
2
Set MAIN ADDRESS as 0,1,2 and also set RMC ADDRESS as 0,1,2 as well.
 MAIN : Setup switch to designate the address among ventilators
 RMC : Setup switch to designate the address when controlling by
a centralized controller
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Setup the Centralized Controller
Setup the Centralized Individual Control (1:1, Individual Room Control)
 To centralized individual control, set each of the RMC ADDRESS of each
ventilator to different number which is controlled by a centralized controller.
Centralized Controller
Transmitter 0
Master Ventilator
MAIN:0
RMC:0
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
MAIN:1
RMC:1
MAIN:2
RMC:2
MAIN:3
RMC:3
MAIN:4
RMC:4
Transmitter 1
Master Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
MAIN:0
RMC:5
MAIN:1
RMC:6
MAIN:2
RMC:7
MAIN:3
RMC:8
MAIN:4
RMC:9
 If the 00 switch of the centralized controller is set to ON position, the
ventilators which are designated 0 of their RMC ADDRESS are operated.
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Connecting the Unit (Continued)
Setup the Centralized Control (Continued)
Setup the Centralized Group Control (1:1 group, 16 Groups Control)
 To centralized group control, set all of the RMC ADDRESS of all ventilators
to be controlled as the same number which is controlled by the centralized
controller.
Centralized Controller
Transmitter 0
Master Ventilator
MAIN:0
RMC:0
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
MAIN:1
RMC:0
MAIN:2
RMC:0
MAIN:3
RMC:0
MAIN:F
RMC:0
Transmitter F
Master Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
MAIN:0
RMC:F
MAIN:1
RMC:F
MAIN:2
RMC:F
MAIN:3
RMC:F
MAIN:F
RMC:F
 If the 00 switch of the centralized controller is set to ON position,
16 ventilators which are set as 0 of their RMC ADDRESS are operating
simultaneously. Up to 256 of ventilators can be controlled at once.
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Setup Simultaneous Control of Centralized Controller and the ERV Wired Remote Control
 The centralized controller can be controlled by RMC ADDRESS of the ventilator, while the ERV wired remote
controller is controlled by COM2 communication.
Centralized Controller
Master Ventilator
MAIN:0
RMC:0
COM1 (F1, F2)
Transmitter 0
ERV Wired
Remote Control
Ventilator
Ventilator
Ventilator
MAIN:1
RMC:0
MAIN:2
RMC:0
MAIN:3
RMC:0
COM2 (F3, F4)
Ventilator
MAIN:F
RMC:0
 The ERV wired remote control is MASTER of COM2 communication, so it can communicate without
separate ADDRESS setting.
Level Setup of Centralized Controller
 You can control the ventilator in multiple ways with DIP switch (DS01) setting on the centralized controller.
DIP Switch
SW01
SW02
SW03
SW04
LEVEL 0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
The ventilator operates with the last used control solution
LEVEL 1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
When the centralized controller is OFF:
You can not use wired/wireless remote control.
When the centralized controller is ON:
You can use wired/wireless remote control.
LEVEL 2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
The ventilator operates only with the centralized controller.
OFF
If the On/Off button is pressed once :
The operation indicator is turned on. The ventilator is on standby.
The ventilator operated with wired/wireless remote control.
If the On/Off button is pressed twice:
The operation indicator is turned off.
You can not operate the ventilator with wired/wireless remote control.
LEVEL 3
ON
ON
OFF
Remark
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Connecting the Unit (Continued)
External Control
Use an external control to control the ventilator with separate machinery
or external contact point.
External control 1
External control 2
 Connect both sides of EXT1(EXT2 or EXT3).
- Up to 3 units can be connected at once.
- The picture displays the condition that 2 external controllers are connected.
If the external controller 1 or 2 are set to ON position, ventilator is operated
in the last used condition.
EXT3 EXT2 EXT1
Connect to Report the Operation Condition
Use this function to check out the operation condition or errors of the ventilator.
Make sure that the current which flows through terminal should not exceed 0.5A.
Report errors
External power
supply
Lamp
 Install a lamp to check the operation condition to the ON/OFF output terminal.
- If the ventilator is turned on/off, the lamp is turned on/off followed by the
ventilator.
Lamp
External power
supply
Report On/Off condition
Connecting External Device
Connect to use humidifiers and dampers with the ventilator.
DAMPER
SW07
HUMID
K13 K14 K15 K16
 Turn off the option switch to use,
- K13: The use of humidifiers
- K15: The use of dampers
COMMON
 If the ventilator is operated, the external damper is operated as well
if it had been installed.
 Make sure that the current is not exceed to 0.5A. When you connect
DAMPER
an external device over 0.5A, use an extra terminal relay.
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Trial Operation
 Press the trial operation button.
- Press the trial operation button one more time to turn it off.
is displayed on DIS1.
- While operating the trial operation,
- Check if the communication between the ventilator and the ERV wired
remote control is normal if they are connected. If the ERV wired remote
control is correctly connected, flickers on the first DIS1.
- If multiple ventilators are connected, set at least one of the K8 to OFF position
to set as MASTER. Check out the communication to see the display.
DIS1
DIS2
Display SLAVE’s MAIN ADDRESS when set as MASTER and display
RMC ADDRESS of itself when set as SLAVE.
Display SLAVE’s MAIN ADDRESS when set as MASTER and display
MAIN ADDRESS of itself when set as SLAVE.
Display
when set as MASTER, Display
when set as SLAVE
flickers when connected with the ERV wired remote control
 What is Constant Air Volume Control
If the dust resistance is under 'A', the a is over 'B'. Therefore, due to
excessive increased air volume, the noise and energy load are bound to
increase. Control the constant air volume to maintain the 'B' air volume
even in case that the duct resistance is set low.
- Constant air volume control is recommended when the power supply is
stable 200~240V.
- To operate constant air volume control, press K2 button.
- Constant air volume control remains for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes,
it is turned off automatically.
- To stop the constant air volume control, press K2 button again.
You should start over the constant air volume control again.
- While the constant air volume control is operated, remain time and K2
flickers on the display panel.
K2
Remaining
operation time
Model
'A' (mmAq)
'B' (CMH)
025
035
050
080
100
12
17
17
17
18
250
350
500
800
1000
Error Code Display
Error Code
Explanation
Classifications
Indoor temperature sensor (Short/Open)
Outdoor temperature sensor (Short/Open)
Sensor error
CO2 sensor (Short/Open)
Supply Air fan motor error
Exhaust Air fan motor error
Fan error
Tracking error of MASTER ventilator (After 5 times of tracking, SLAVE ventilators can not be detected.)
System failure by communication error after tracking
Communication error by installing COM1 Dual MASTER
Communication error between the wired remote control and the ventilator
(When the communication is interrupted for 3 minutes)
COM1/COM2 cross installation error
EEPROM error
Damper error (When there is no switch input for 100 seconds while monitoring the damper)

Communication
error
Others
indicate errors due to ERV wired remote control. Refer to the ERV wired remote control installation manual.
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Connecting the Unit (Continued)
Centralized Controller Trial Operation
Before operating the trial operation, make sure that the ventilator and the
transmitter are operating correctly.
1
Check power cord (L,N) and communication cable (R1, R2).
2
Check the power of the ventilator and the centralized controller.
3
If the power is supplied, the centralized controller operates tracking to check
connected ventilators and transmitter.
 The LED(Red) on the centralized controller flickers after starting the tracking.
 The LED(Red) on the centralized controller still flickers after completing
the tracking. Check the completion of tracking by pressing all room ON/
OFF button after a minute.
 If you reset the setting in other way, disconnect the power of the
centralized controller and reset the DS01. And turn the power on again.
Check the reset LEVEL by setting all room ON/OFF button to OFF position.
If you do not turn on the centralized controller again, you can use it with
previous setting.
4
Press the button on the centralized controller to check that the specified
indoor unit is being controlled.
 The trial operation is completed if the specified indoor unit is controlled.
 Make sure to operate the trial operation step by step to handle the errors.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Explanation/Solution
The LED on the centralized
controller is not turned on.
 Check a power failure.
The LED on the centralized
controller flickers for over
2 minutes and the all ON/OFF
button is not operated.
 Check the communication cable
between the transmitter and the
centralized controller (R1,R2) is
connected to the R1, R2 terminal,
not to C1 and C2.
 Check the communication cable is
connected according to their polarity.
The centralized controller
is not controlled.
 Check whether the DS01 is pressed.
If you want to reset the previous setting,
disconnect the power of the centralized
controller and reset the DS01. If you do not
turn on the centralized controller again,
you can use it with previous setting.
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Duct Connection
Make sure to insulate the connection part with insulation tapes and carry out duct
connection making the indoor air suction duct and air intake as far as possible.
1
Install the 2 ducts toward the outdoor.
2
Make sure to insulate the duct referring to the picture.
Insulation(Insulate the aluminium tape as well)
Outdoor air suction duct, Discharging duct
Inclination
(1/100~1/50)
Aluminium tape
Aluminium tape
 The use of flexible hose made of fiber glass is recommended to minimize
noise. Install the duct at least over 3m to reduce the noise as well.
 If the duct is not attached incorrectly or firmly, it may result in malfunction.
Example of Defective Duct Installation
Extreme bend
Multi bend
Narrow diameter of connection part
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Performance Graph
025
풍량characteristics
특성
Fan
Enthalpy
열교환효율
275
Turbo
특강
High
강
Low
약
225
100
90
80
200
Enthalpy(%)
열교환효율(%)
External기외정압(Pa)
static pressure(Pa)
250
175
150
125
100
70
60
50
40
30
75
50
20
25
10
0
00
Heating-Temperature
난방-온도
Heating-Enthalpy
난방-엔탈피
냉방-온도
Cooling-Temperature
냉방-엔탈피
Cooling-Enthalpy
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
00
450
100
200
Air풍량(CMH)
volume(CHM)
300
400
500
Air volume(CHM)
풍량(CMH)
035
풍량
특성
Fan
characteristics
열교환효율
Enthalpy
100
Turbo
특강
강
High
약
Low
200
90
80
Enthalpy(%)
열교환효율(%)
External기외정압(Pa)
static pressure(Pa)
250
150
100
70
60
50
40
30
50
Heating-Temperature
난방-온도
난방-엔탈피
Heating-Enthalpy
냉방-온도
Cooling-Temperature
냉방-엔탈피
Cooling-Enthalpy
20
10
0
0
00
00
50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900
100
200
300
400
500
600
Air풍량(CMH)
volume(CHM)
Air 풍량(CMH)
volume(CHM)
050
풍량
특성
Fan
characteristics
Enthalpy
열교환효율
300
250
90
80
Enthalpy(%)
열교환효율(%)
External기외정압(Pa)
static pressure(Pa)
100
특강
Turbo
High
강
Low
약
200
150
100
70
60
50
40
30
20
50
10
0
Heating-Temperature
난방-온도
난방-엔탈피
Heating-Enthalpy
냉방-온도
Cooling-Temperature
냉방-엔탈피
Cooling-Enthalpy
0
00
100
200
300
400
500
600
Air풍량(CMH)
volume(CHM)
700
800
900
1000
00
200
400
600
800
1000
Air volume(CHM)
풍량(CMH)
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Performance Graph (Continued)
080
풍량
특성
Fan
characteristics
Enthalpy
열교환효율
360
330
300
90
270
80
240
70
Enthalpy(%)
열교환효율(%)
External기외정압(Pa)
static pressure(Pa)
100
Turbo
특강
강
High
약
Low
210
180
150
120
60
50
40
30
90
10
30
0
00
Heating-Temperature
난방-온도
난방-엔탈피
Heating-Enthalpy
냉방-온도
Cooling-Temperature
냉방-엔탈피
Cooling-Enthalpy
20
60
0
100 200
300 400 500
600 700
00
800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500
200
400
600
Air 풍량(CMH)
volume(CHM)
800
1000
1200
1400
Air풍량(CMH)
volume(CHM)
100
풍량
특성
Fan
characteristics
열교환효율
Enthalpy
400
Turbo
특강
High
강
Low
약
90
320
80
280
열교환효율(%)
Enthalpy(%)
External기외정압(Pa)
static pressure(Pa)
360
100
240
200
160
70
60
50
40
120
30
80
20
40
10
0
00
Heating-Temperature
난방-온도
난방-엔탈피
Heating-Enthalpy
냉방-온도
Cooling-Temperature
냉방-엔탈피
Cooling-Enthalpy
0
200
400
600
800
1000
풍량(CMH)
Air volume(CHM)
1200
1400
1600
1800
00
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
Air volume(CHM)
풍량(CMH)
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Final Checks and Trial Operation
Check the follows after the installation.
 Installation location and its strength
 Inspection hole installation
 Wiring
 Insulation
 Check the operating condition and damper operation.
Setup the ERV wired remote control
Function
Air volume
Heat-EX mode
By-Pass mode
Checks
Operating condition
Turbo, High, Low Check the airflow from
outdoor air suction duct
and air outlet is controlled
Turbo, High, Low by Turbo, High, Low.
Damper operation
Located on the
corner (Open)
Located on side
(Closed)
- If an error occurs during trial operation, check out the wiring.
Turn off the sub power supply and carry out the wiring work again.
- After the trial operation, explain how to use the ventilator to the user and
hand over the product with the user’s manual.
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